Pronunciation Practice

 

 

Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we shall be talking about Pronunciation Practice with a focus on specific vowel sounds and combinations. This practice will help refine your pronunciation skills for words containing the sounds “a,” “e,” “i,” “u,” “ie,” and “ea.”

Pronunciation Practice

Pronounciation

Imagine we’re language artists, perfecting the brushstrokes of sound in our words! 🎨🗣️ Today, we’ll work on mastering the pronunciation of these vowel sounds and diphthongs in words. Just as painters aim for precision in their art, you’ll aim for precision in your pronunciation. Ready to become a master of vowel and diphthong sounds? Let’s start this artistic journey!

Individual Vowel Sounds:

Vowels

“a” as in “hare.”

“e” as in “fare.”

“i” as in “air.”

“u” as in “bear.”

Diphthong Practice:

  1. “ie” as in “here.”

“ea” as in “fare.”

Pronunciation Challenge:

Diphthong Practice

I want you to try saying sentences that contain these sounds, such as: “The hare was here yesterday.” Can you do that? Great!

Pronounciation challenge

I also want you to listen to native speakers or recordings to understand how these sounds are pronounced, and then try to mimic them. You must do them and tell me what you discovered.

Today, we focused on refining pronunciation skills for specific vowel sounds and diphthongs, including “a,” “e,” “i,” “u,” “ie,” and “ea.” Through dedicated practice, we aimed to achieve clear and accurate pronunciation in words and sentences containing these sounds. Just as artists perfect their brushstrokes, we aimed to master the art of sound articulation, enhancing our ability to communicate effectively.

Evaluation

Why is practicing pronunciation important for effective communication? Can you think of other words or sentences that contain these vowel and diphthong sounds?

Weekend Assignment 

Over the weekend, focus on listening to words and sentences with these vowel sounds and diphthongs. Challenge yourself to pronounce them with clarity and accuracy.

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class, we shall be discussing Aural Discrimination.

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